He is first seen in Go Onizuka's warehouse trying to calm Go down after he threw his weights in anger of Playmaker's rising popularity. In a effort to do so, he encourages Go to learn about the new and popular Speed Duel. When Akira Zaizen arrives at the warehouse, he did not recognize him. He then accepted Akira's business card on behalf of Go and introduced himself to Akira. He then defended Go's choice of not having a more lavish home when Akira questioned it. As Akira began his offer, the manager recognized Akira's gift as a D-Board for Speed Duels and questioned the purpose of such a gift. When Akira finished his offer, the manager approves of the offer but asked for Go's opinion, but show surprise when Go rejected the offer. As Akira leaves, he commented that Akira acts like he knows everything and told Go that the offer is also a threat.
As Go and Playmaker Duel, his manager visits the orphanage, intending to watch the reactions of the children there. He then showed that he didn't mind the children's change of heart as they are honest in supporting the coolest hero. He then agreed with the owner that Go would regain his popularity among the children if he wins. When Go lost half his LP and at the owner's concern, he then told the owner that Go's fine and pretending to be in a disadvantage to exaggerate his opponent's strength is his style. When Go Link Summoned "Gouki The Great Ogre", he answered the owner's question that Go's style entertains his viewers as well as his opponents and believes that Go is in the lead. When Go counterattacked, he agreed with the owner that Go would win but privately felt there is something amiss with Playmaker. He was pleased when Go saved his Great Ogre from destruction from Playmaker's "Decode Talker's" attack.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 3: "First Contact"
- ↑ Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 4: "Charisma Duelist Go Onizuka"
- ↑ Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS episode 5: "The Three Count Rings"